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19th Aug '16 8:58:11 AM kyojikasshu
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* In ''ComicBook/TheTransformers'', when Grimlock took over as leader of the Autobots on Earth, he got himself a nice crown.


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** Starscream's crown would be revived in other continuities, such as ''Anime/TransformersCybertron'' and the IDW comics.
6th Aug '16 8:44:05 PM LadyNorbert
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* The title character of ''[[Fanfic/{{Cinderjuice}} The Bug Princess]]'' receives her title when she's presented with a specially made tiara. It resembles a silver spiderweb adorned with four large jeweled beetles in different colors.
14th Jul '16 10:35:16 PM lavendermintrose
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* Averted in ''Anime/CodeGeass'', even though it's full of royals, but not in the Creator/CLAMP artbook - they did in fact design one for Lelouch [[spoiler: as Emperor]]. They comment that it does look more like a tiara.

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* Averted in ''Anime/CodeGeass'', even though it's full of royals, but not in the Creator/CLAMP CLAMP artbook - they did in fact design one for Lelouch [[spoiler: as Emperor]]. They comment that it does look more like a tiara.
14th Jul '16 10:34:00 PM lavendermintrose
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* In ''Anime/ValvraveTheLiberator'', the Dorrsian royalty have circlets featuring a golden curved piece on a chain. Both genders also wear a sort of pink and purple paint around the eyes along with it. Interestingly enough, the Chancellor of the Military Federation, who overthrows the royal family, still wears this - perhaps showing the support the royals still have.

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* Averted in ''Anime/CodeGeass'', even though it's full of royals, but not in the Creator/CLAMP artbook - they did in fact design one for Lelouch [[spoiler: as Emperor]]. They comment that it does look more like a tiara.
* In ''Anime/ValvraveTheLiberator'', the Dorrsian Dorssian royalty have circlets featuring a golden curved piece on a chain. Both genders also wear a sort of pink and purple paint around the eyes along with it. Interestingly enough, the Chancellor of the Military Federation, who overthrows the royal family, still wears this - this, perhaps showing the support the royals still have.



* Rapunzel has a tiara in ''Disney/{{Tangled}}''. Her parents have hoop crowns.

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* Rapunzel has a Rapunzel's tiara in ''Disney/{{Tangled}}''.''Disney/{{Tangled}}'' is a plot piece. Her parents have hoop crowns.
14th Jul '16 1:21:23 PM DarkHunter
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* ''VideoGame/DarkSoulsII'' had its DLC focused around crowns. The objective of each chapter of the DLC was to obtain the crown of a lost king. Getting all three of them and speaking to Vendrick afterward [[spoiler:allows him to place a charm on the crowns such that when they are worn, the player character does not Hollow.]]
* ''VideoGame/DarkSoulsIII'': High Lord Wolnir gets extra points for how he had his crown made: he melted down the crowns of the kings of all the kingdoms he conquered and fashioned his own crown out of mixing them together. And yes, you can obtain his crown and wear it.
11th Jul '16 1:33:19 PM OlmoJV
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[[folder:Fan Works]]
* In ''FanFic/TheVow'', Lady Lianne is given a circlet by her fiancé Lord Shen as a proposal gift for their wedding. Designed with great care by Shen himself to fit perfectly his fiancée, the circlet is made of gold and decorated with white quartz and pearls all around the edge, and it has one large red diamond in the center (with the colors being trademarks of Shen). When Lianne wears it, she turns into a queen in Shen's eyes.
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7th Jul '16 10:50:30 PM Doug86
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* While the main lords (and royal units in general) in the ''Franchise/FireEmblem'' series tend to not wear crowns, probably because it makes little sense to wear one in war, there are some exceptions. [[VideoGame/FireEmblemElibe Eliwood]] wears a very basic thin circlet around his forehead, [[VideoGame/FireEmblemAwakening Lucina]] wears a relatively modest-looking tiara, and [[VideoGame/FireEmblemAkaneia Marth]] wears what also seems to be a tiara, albeit a very basic one similar to Lucina's... despite being male, much to the endless amusement of the ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros'' fanbase when his Bishounen appearance was turned UpToEleven for the series. While it is [[ItWasAGift explained to be from]] his sister Elice or LoveInterest Caeda in the OVA and manga respectively, in the games this is never explained or even noted ever. The rare non-combatant royalty often sport more elaborate hoop crowns or circlets.

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* While the main lords (and royal units in general) in the ''Franchise/FireEmblem'' ''VideoGame/FireEmblem'' series tend to not wear crowns, probably because it makes little sense to wear one in war, there are some exceptions. [[VideoGame/FireEmblemElibe Eliwood]] wears a very basic thin circlet around his forehead, [[VideoGame/FireEmblemAwakening Lucina]] wears a relatively modest-looking tiara, and [[VideoGame/FireEmblemAkaneia Marth]] wears what also seems to be a tiara, albeit a very basic one similar to Lucina's... despite being male, much to the endless amusement of the ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros'' fanbase when his Bishounen appearance was turned UpToEleven for the series. While it is [[ItWasAGift explained to be from]] his sister Elice or LoveInterest Caeda in the OVA and manga respectively, in the games this is never explained or even noted ever. The rare non-combatant royalty often sport more elaborate hoop crowns or circlets.
28th May '16 6:53:19 PM ImpudentInfidel
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* {{TabletopGame/Warhammer}} has the Crown of Sorcery, also called the Crown of Nagash, which greatly enhances a sorcerer's power and can even grant magical power to those without it. Unfortunately it suffers greatly from DependingOnTheArtist, being portrayed at various times as a simple circlet, two (completely different) elaborate faux-Egyption headdresses, and a bunch of iron spikes welded together.

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* {{TabletopGame/Warhammer}} has the Crown of Sorcery, also called the Crown of Nagash, which greatly enhances a sorcerer's power and can even grant magical power to those without it. Unfortunately it suffers greatly from DependingOnTheArtist, being portrayed at various times as [[http://wiki.totalwar.com/w/Azhag_The_Slaughterer a simple circlet, circlet]], two (completely different) ([[https://1d4chan.org/wiki/File:Nagash_Derp.jpg completely]] [[https://1d4chan.org/wiki/File:Nagash_White_Dwarf.jpg different]]) elaborate faux-Egyption headdresses, and [[https://1d4chan.org/wiki/File:Nagash-necromancer.jpg a bunch of iron spikes welded together.together]].
24th May '16 8:30:54 AM ImpudentInfidel
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* {{TabletopGame/Warhammer}} has the Crown of Sorcery, also called the Crown of Nagash, which greatly enhances a sorcerer's power and can even grant magical power to those without it. Unfortunately it suffers greatly from DependingOnTheArtist, being portrayed at various times as a simple circlet, two (completely different) elaborate faux-Egyption headdresses, and a bunch of iron spikes welded together.
23rd Apr '16 8:51:18 PM karstovich2
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** '''Small hoop crowns''', much smaller than the skull of the wearer, are typical for queens and worn using pins to hold them in place. Queen Victoria was known for having one.

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** '''Small hoop crowns''', much smaller than the skull of the wearer, are typical for queens and worn using pins to hold them in place. Queen Victoria was known for having one.one from 1870 onward (it was designed so she could wear it with the widow's weeds she insisted on wearing after the death of Prince Albert in 1861).
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